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Wednesday, 6 January 2016
Tractor John Deere Serie 445 Diesel
Topic: Antique Tractors
Tractor John Deere Serie 445 Diesel
Tractor John Deere Serie 445 Diesel made in Argentina for sale tractor and spare parts Bob Frassinetti Buenos Aires Argentina
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Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:57 PM
Monday, 4 May 2015
Antique Old Vintage Steam
Topic: Antique Tractors

Rare Minneapolis moline tractors and other machines still to be found in the South of South America, from the famous Lanz Bulldog all the way to the Lanz Pampa,........ John Deere Spare Parts Made in Argentina For Sale ......... According to some of our sources the John Deere company first sold tractors to Argentina that were not manufactured by them, these were called “Big Four” tractors, and had gasoline powered engines. This company might also have sold to our country steam engines that had been manufactured by third parties. We are reasearching for more information ...... The philosophy behind the idea of the different photo galleries, web pages and video clips is to go showing my other sales- purchase, research work or what ever I go doing here in the South of South America. I also try to document the selling – buying and other deals I do so every one is happy …….. Please let me know what you are interested in so I can get any of the tractors you might want …… and bring them down to Buenos Aires. Its hard work and there is plenty of competition out there …… This web site has plenty and with frequent updates www.frassinetti.biz though it experiences some errors on its updated pages, with patience you will see either tractors that you might want or the other tractors I buy for other collectors’ world wide. Invest in all that Argentina has to offer from Museum quality Art to Fashion from Antiques to Real Estate, and enjoy living with Arts and Antiques and Travelling all Argentina, Chile or Uruguay for them ....... read all about it here: http://www.frassinetti.com My new Mobile phone number is : +54 911 44753983 or in B's A's: 1544753983 Land Line 011 4799 0567

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CASE THRESHING MACHINE COMPANY AQUILA 447 PERU STREET BUENOS AIRES Argentina Rare Minneapolis moline tractors and other machines still to be found in the South of South America, from the famous Lanz Bulldog all the way to the Lanz Pampa,........ John Deere Spare Parts Made in Argentina For Sale ........According to some of our sources the John Deere company first sold tractors to Argentina that were not manufactured by them, these were called “Big Four” tractors, and had gasoline powered engines. This company might also have sold to our country steam engines that had been manufactured by third parties. We are reasearching for more information ...... The philosophy behind the idea of the different photo galleries, web pages and video clips is to go showing my other sales- purchase, research work or what ever I go doing here in the South of South America. I also try to document the selling – buying and other deals I do so every one is happy …….. Please let me know what you are interested in so I can get any of the tractors you might want …… and bring them down to Buenos Aires. Its hard work and there is plenty of competition out there …… This web site has plenty and with frequent updates www.frassinetti.biz though it experiences some errors on its updated pages, with patience you will see either tractors that you might want or the other tractors I buy for other collectors’ world wide. Invest in all that Argentina has to offer from Museum quality Art to Fashion from Antiques to Real Estate, and enjoy living with Arts and Antiques and Travelling all Argentina, Chile or Uruguay for them ....... read all about it here: http://www.frassinetti.com My new Mobile phone number is : +54 911 44753983 or in B's A's: 1544753983 Land Line 011 4799 0567
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According to some of our sources the John Deere company first sold tractors to Argentina that were not manufactured by them, these were called “Big Four” tractors, and had gasoline powered engines. This company might also have sold to our country steam engines that had been manufactured by third parties. We are reasearching for more information ...... The philosophy behind the idea of the different photo galleries, web pages and video clips is to go showing my other sales- purchase, research work or what ever I go doing here in the South of South America. I also try to document the selling – buying and other deals I do so every one is happy …….. Please let me know what you are interested in so I can get any of the tractors you might want …… and bring them down to Buenos Aires. Its hard work and there is plenty of competition out there …… This web site has plenty and with frequent updates www.frassinetti.biz though it experiences some errors on its updated pages, with patience you will see either tractors that you might want or the other tractors I buy for other collectors’ world wide. Invest in all that Argentina has to offer from Museum quality Art to Fashion from Antiques to Real Estate, and enjoy living with Arts and Antiques and Travelling all Argentina, Chile or Uruguay for them ....... read all about it here: http://www.frassinetti.com My new Mobile phone number is : +54 911 44753983 or in B's A's: 1544753983 Land Line 011 4799 0567
 


Posted by bob frassinetti at 5:49 PM
Updated: Monday, 4 May 2015 7:58 PM
Thursday, 7 February 2013
Looking for a Tractor?
Topic: Antique Tractors
Fiat 704
In Argentina the first registered tractor importation was in 1906. It’s hard to know about quantities, for at first these items were registered under locomotives in customs. Later on they are registered as “motors”, therefore we can’t calculate for sure the amount of tractors that were imported in those days. It is only by mid 1920s that we have statistics on this matter. The information in those documents show that these machines were specially incorporated in big fields, for it wasn’t profitable in small fields. 
The mass use of tractors in Argentina only began when those machines were locally produced in the 1950s –without the importation costs, these machines were much more affordable; plus there were local tractor versions that had been specially designed for the standard Argentinean field. 
The first imported tractors were powered by steam engines. The application of these kind of engines to tractors was revolutionary for the need of a controlled use of power was very much important in these kind of locomotives. John Deere was one of the main providers to Argentina of these machines. 
Soon after this invention took off, tractors suffered some alterations, such as the replacement of steam engines for diesel or kerosene ones. Some of the main international manufacturers provided the Argentine market at that time. 
But it wasn’t till mid 1940s when Argentina took the autoindustry in its hands. 
The folk story tells that Perón, who had established a love-hate relationship with the United States had broken up all commercial tides, and while Argentina stoped selling them some of the most important prime materials the US bought, they wouldn’t sell one manufactured item to the country. One of the most famous frases at that time was “If the US wants to paint their houses with our line oil they’ll have to bring their houses down to Argentina…”the reply of some of the most liberal sectors in our country was –regarding the importance of our importation of toilet paper manufactured in the US- “so, when we want to go to the toilette we might as well travel all the way up to the States for some toilette paper?”.
No house came to Argentina, and no one traveled that much for some toilette paper, but the impact of this closure was huge. 
In 1948, Perón inaugurated the IAME –mechanical industry company owned and run by the Argentinean state- with the aim of producing tractors in the country.
A very large group of experts began took over the titanic task of creating from scraps a mechanical industry. The first move this group made was a survey on what local farmers preferred on this matter. The most voted answer was the German Lanz Bulldog, produced in Mannheim, for it had a simple motor that could be easily fixed if there was any trouble, it only needed heating before use, and this could be done using lamps powered by a kerosene pump, hence there was no need of electrical power… Plus this tractor’s motor could be worked with alternative combustibles –at that time Diesel fuels were very expensive and rare to find in the country- such as a mix of kerosene and used oil, or even regular oil and animal fat. It served it purpose in the fields and it was very cheap to maintain. And its power was enough to remove the old steam boilers for thrashing line and wheat machines. 
The inspiration came from the Lanz German tractor. Many units of this machine were brought to the country and mechanics and technicians began to work on a “national model” tractor with a two time motor with only one cylinder of 55HP, that could traction a four plowshare of 14 inches.
The result was a local very cheap version christen as the Pampa. There were 3500 Pampas made in the country from 1952 to 1963.
At the same time, some other companies began to settle down in the country to locally produce tractors, for it was economically more profitable than exporting them and there was an unexploded market anxiously demanding these products. Fiat Conrad was one of the first ones to come to Argentina in 1954. Later on came John Deere in 1958. Two of the most important ones at the time, adapting many of their models to the local market as well as offering their standard ones to the Argentine market. The move was a success. 
Soon after, not only tractors were produced locally but automobiles too. The auto industry grew at an increasing rate till the 70s, when due to a world economic crisis, sales went down. However this industries kept on being the most profitable ones in the country as well as the region for a long time. (Till the 1990s when Brazil took over the market with more competitive prices)

Together with this upraise of the farm industry in Argentina, the toy industry began a golden era. Toys are a reflection of reality, and at that time, our rural country side was growing at an extraordinary rate, positioning Argentina very well in the world. 
Many of the most important toy factories such as Duravit, Mataraso, Saxo, Buby and even Muky made farm toys or farm related toys. 
For example Buby (diecast toys)made a Mercedes Benz lorry directly involved with
the transportation of cereals from the interior farm lands of the Argentinean dock to sell abroad, on the box there was an Argentinean Country side postcard, this company is an excellent example of a high quality diecast toy produced in Argentina. 

Yet another great an rare example is a the toy version of the farm implement tank that was specially made for the company that manufactured them for real farms, such as Gentili Casilda. Much like Sigomec was for John Deere. 
All toys related to this period are an "excellent find" for any Farm toy collector. This period from the 50's to the 70's are known as the vintage period for any collector.
It was such the success of farm items at that time that a company know also well known by collectors, Matarazzo started as a tin toy company, but quickly began also to work in the rural field producing and processing cereals. Nowadays this company is still working in the food business. It was just a perfect couple, farm toys and -industrial- farm products.

Those golden years of the argentine field can be relived in many ways, not only through history books but tracing back their footsteps through hunting down the material treasures from them: the tractors. There are still many of them spread around the Argentine territory. These hidden treasures are just awaiting to be found and taken care of. A perfect collector’s vacation at an unspoiled world’s paradise, adventures, history and one of a kind treasures. 





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Updated: Tuesday, 26 February 2013 10:38 PM
Thursday, 6 December 2012
Buying Old Tractors in South America
Topic: Antique Tractors
Twin City LT tractor
Looking to buy the Twin City LT tractor imported to Argentina. Any condition ....... In 1930, Minniapolis Moline co. made 10 model LT tractors serial # 500001 to 500010, and shipped them all to Argintina. Number 3 survived, and is going to be sent back to USA. I am also looking for information on Juan & Jose Drysdale company during those 1930's years, they where the importers and then sold them in Bahia Blanca and Rosaio....and also hope to find out what crop these tractors where used on, as well as any photos or any personal stories relatted to them .......... Invest in all that Argentina has to offer from Museum quality Art to Fashion from Antiques to Real Estate, and enjoy living with Arts and Antiques and Travelling all Argentina, Chile or Uruguay for them ....... read all about it here: http://www.frassinetti.com Phone: +54 911 6965 1955 or in B's A's: 15 6965 1955 So if you are interested in anything from Art to Tango or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina Chile or Uruguay please feel free to email me…….. Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Everything on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob_Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend! Check out Market Place Argentina our Forum for Buying and Selling from Argentina.Visit my community 2012 Bob Frassinetti Copyright Roberto Dario Frassinetti Bookmark and ShareChat any time, Bob Frassinetti
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Saturday, 1 September 2012
Lanz Pampa Tractor For SAlE
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Pampa Bulldog

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I.A.M.E. Pampa (1952)
I.A.M.E. Pampa (1952)

Der Pampa Bulldog ist ein argentinischer Lizenznachbau des weltweit bekannten Ackerschleppers Lanz Bulldog.

Der Pampa wurde anfangs von der I.A.M.E. (Industrias Aeronáuticas y Mecánicas del Estado), einer staatlichen Flugzeugfabrik, hergestellt. 1955 wurde die Firma in D.I.N.F.I.A. (Dirección Nacional de Fabricaciones e Investigaciones Aeronáuticas) umbenannt.

Aufgrund der schlechten Versorgung an landwirtschaftlichen Geräten und den schlechten Handelsbeziehungen mit den Vereinigten Staaten waren besonders Traktoren Mangelware. Deshalb beschloss der ehemalige Präsident Argentiniens Juan Perón, innerhalb von drei Monaten einen eigenen Traktor in Argentinien zu bauen. Perón beauftragte einige Experten, Landwirte in Argentinien zu befragen, welcher Traktor der zuverlässigste und einfachste sei. Die Wahl fiel mehrheitlich auf den Lanz Bulldog. Ein Großteil der dreimonatigen Frist war jedoch nach dem Ende der Umfrage bereits abgelaufen. Man entschloss sich also dazu, zwei Lanz Bulldog zu importieren. Einer der beiden wurde komplett zerlegt und an Betriebe zur Nachfertigung gegeben. Bei dem anderen tauschte man lediglich das Steigrohr des Bulldog gegen ein eigenes aus mit dem Schriftzug „I.A.M.E. PAMPA – Industria Argentina“ aus und lackierte den Schlepper vom typischen Lanzblau in einen hellen Orangeton um. Der erste Pampa Bulldog war entstanden und Perón hielt seine Frist wie versprochen ein.

Der erste Pampa (Umbau vom Lanz Bulldog) wurde 1952 gebaut. Die Serienproduktion begann Mitte 1954. 1956 wurde die Produktion endgültig eingestellt. Wegen der geringen Nachfrage nach 1955 wurde der Pampa bis etwa 1963 auf dem Markt angeboten, bis alle Bestände ausverkauft waren. Als zum Sturz Peróns 1955 die Bezeichnung von IAME auf DINFIA umgestellt wurde, gab es kleine Änderungen am Schlepper:

  • Der bis Mitte 1955 gebaute IAME Pampa - T01 entsprach exakt dem Nachkriegs-Lanz Bulldog D1506 mit einer Leistung von 55 PS aus 10,5 Liter Hubraum mit bekanntem Einzylinder-Zweitakt-Glühkopfmotor und Dachkantkotflügeln.
  • Der ab Mitte 1955 gebaute DINFIA Pampa - T01 hatte ein etwas anderes Stehblech sowie Muschelkotflügel. Die Leistung wurde mit 60 PS angegeben, was aus einer Drehzahlerhöhung von 750 1/min auf 830 1/min resultiert. Außerdem gab es kleine Änderungen am Bremssystem und an der Kurbelwellenabdichtung.

Bei der Umbenennung wurden die Aufschriften am Schlepper ebenfalls von IAME nach DINFIA geändert. Die Umstellung erfolgte etwa bei Schleppernummer 2500, wobei im Übergangsbereich teilweise IAME-Teile mit DINFIA-Teilen kombiniert wurden. Es gibt aus diesem Grund auch DINFIA-Schlepper mit Dachkantkotflügeln und IAME-Typen mit Muschelkotflügeln.

Die Anzahl der gebauten Schlepper ist nicht genau bekannt. Nach derzeitigem Kenntnisstand liegt die Zahl der produzierten Traktoren zwischen 3700 und 3800 Stück


Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:39 PM

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